At Super ShowDown, Ricochet went one on one with Brock Lesnar for the WWE Championship. It was not The One And Only's most successful outing as he failed to land a single piece of offence against The Beast and was pinned after 90 seconds.
While the match did not go how he would have wanted, Ricochet said the match was "a dream come true" on Good Morning Washington With Julie Wright as his name will be forever etched in history alongside the likes of The Rock and Kurt Angle.
The former United States Champion said: "That was kind of a dream come true. I can remember back in like 2002, 2003, even before that, watching Brock versus The Rock or versus Kurt Angle. All these guys I could name off all day. Being able to be a part of that kind of history, being able to tie my name in with those guys, one of the challengers against Brock. Its just cool alone, with the history of it."
Since losing to Lesnar, Ricochet has been on somewhat of a downward spiral amidst reports that Vince McMahon is done with him. He lost to 24/7 Champion Riddick Moss on last week's episode of Monday Night Raw, and this week he wrestled Eric Young on Main Event. With this in mind, many think Ricochet would prosper if he returned to NXT, and he did admit he would love to go back.
"For sure, that’s a place I would always like to call a home for me," Ricochet said. "It was a place I enjoyed thoroughly when I was being there and now that they have more exposure on the USA network every Wednesday, I think that's huge too. So yeah, for sure, anytime they need a hand for sure I'll be there no problem."